RHBA-2017:0541 - Bug Fix Advisory
ovirt-hosted-engine-ha bug fix update for 4.0.7
Bug Fix Advisory
An updated ovirt-hosted-engine-ha package is now available.
The ovirt-hosted-engine-ha package enables the self-hosted engine to be highly available. A self-hosted engine is a virtualized environment in which the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager runs on a virtual machine on the hosts managed by the Manager. If the host running the virtual machine goes into maintenance, the virtual machine is migrated automatically to another host in the environment.
Changes to the ovirt-hosted-engine-ha component:
- With this update, the output of hosted-engine --vm-status has been modified to show if the configuration and the virtual machine specification has been correctly read from the shared storage on each reported host. Since Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.6 ovirt-ha-agent has read the configuration and the virtual machine specification from the shared storage, whereas, until Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.5 the configuration and virtual machine specification were local files replicated on each involved host. (BZ#1403735)
Changes to the ovirt-hosted-engine-setup component:
- With this update, an issue with the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.5 self-hosted engine storage domain upgrade failing if it was done on the initial host due to permissions errors has been corrected. (BZ#1422864)
Before applying this update, make sure all previously released errata
relevant to your system have been applied.
For details on how to apply this update, refer to:
- Red Hat Virtualization 4 x86_64
- BZ - 1403735 - [z-stream clone - 4.0.7] modify output of the hosted engine CLI to show info on auto import process
- BZ - 1416111 - Upgrade ovirt-hosted-engine-ha to 2.0.7
- BZ - 1422864 - [downstream clone - 4.0.7] [Hosted-Engine] 3.5 HE SD upgrade fails if done on initial host
- BZ - 1425892 - [downstream clone - 4.0.7] Enable HE deploy option in 3.6 cluster compatibility and add note in hosted engine tab that it will only work in host that are 4.0 and above.
Red Hat Virtualization 4
Red Hat Virtualization for IBM Power 4